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0470835265
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Antonio Nicaso
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Wiley; 1 edition (November 24, 2004)
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261 pages
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Antonio Nicaso had a tough act to follow when he took on the story of Canada's 'King of the Bootleggers'.

Antonio Nicaso had a tough act to follow when he took on the story of Canada's 'King of the Bootleggers'. until now, when Nicaso comes forward with evidence that Perri survived until at least 1953.

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Rocco Perri came to Canada almost a century ago from Calabria, Italy. Antonio Nicaso is an internationally recognized expert on organized crime. Even today his name is well known to historians, police and organized crime and especially to the people of the city he called home Hamilton, Ontario. He is the author of more than a dozen books, including Bloodlines: The Rise and Fall of the Mafia's Royal Family; Global Mafia; and Deadly Silence. Nicaso is a regular consultant and lecturer to universities, governments and law-enforcement agencies in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Books by Antonio Nicaso. Mor. rivia About Rocco Perri: The.

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The scale of these statistics naturally extends the logic of Canada's historical legacy as state, nation, and now as global resource empire. This book examines both the historic and contemporary Canadian culture of extraction, with essays, interviews, archival material, and multimedia visualizations.

Rocco Perri: The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger by Antonio Nicaso. Willoughby, Malcolm F. Rum War at Sea. Fredonia Books. Bootleggers and Baptists: The Education of a Regulatory Economist. John Wiley and Sons, Toronto, 2004. Rocco Perri Scrapbook (Hamilton Herald Newspaper articles) 12 April 1927, 14, 16, 18 August 1930. Regulation 7, no. 3. 1983: 12.

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Nicaso has published more than 30 books. Rocco Perri: The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger, John Wiley and Sons, Toronto, 2004

Nicaso has published more than 30 books. His book Global Mafia, published in 1995, concerned international criminal partnerships. He sits on the Advisory Board of the Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security, at York University (Toronto); on the International Advisory Council of the Italian Institute of Strategic Studies "Niccolò Machiavelli" in Rome, Italy, and on the Expert Advisory Committee on Bullying, Intimidation and Gang Violence in Montreal. Rocco Perri: The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger, John Wiley and Sons, Toronto, 2004

Rocco Perri : The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger.

Rocco Perri : The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger. By (author) Antonio Nicaso. Nicaso is a regular consultant and lecturer to universities, governments and law-enforcement agencies in the US, Canada and Europe.

Rocco Perri came to Canada almost a century ago from Calabria, Italy. Even today his name is well known to historians, police and organized crime--and especially to the people of the city he called home--Hamilton, Ontario. A poor immigrant, Perri along with his common-law wife, Bessie Starkman, built an unequalled crime empire for the time. During the Prohibition years, Perri provided alcohol to a thirsty clientele in Canada and the United States--a business that was very illegal and highly lucrative. Al Capone and Joseph Kennedy were among Perri's customers. The Perris also ran gambling, loan-sharking, extortion and prostitution rackets. ROCCO PERRI: King of the Bootleggers is more than the biography of a man and his empire; it is a riveting portrait of a time when corruption was rampant, murder a business necessity, and discrimination against newcomers forced many to turn to crime as a means of survival. This book also solves a half-century-long mystery about the fate of Rocco Perri.